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The Toronto Mail collection
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- Textual record
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- The Toronto Mail
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0.5 cm of textual material
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The Toronto Mail was a newspaper based in Toronto, Ontario that was founded by Thomas Charles Patterson in 1872. Beginning as the newspaper of the federal Conservative Party, the Mail declared itself independent of any political party in 1886 until it returned to its Conservative beginnings and merged with the Toronto Empire to form the The Mail and Empire in 1895. In 1936, the paper would again merge, this time with the Globe to form the Globe and Mail.
Besides the purchase of the photostatic copies from Preston Microfilming, it is unclear how the City of Edmonton Archives acquired the records.
Scope and content
This fonds consists of a photostatic copy of two pages of The Toronto Mail, October 1, 1892, containing an article, "In The North-West: The Town and District of Edmonton, Alberta".
The article includes brief biographies and photographs of:
Antonio Prince MLA,
John D. Harrison,
Edward A. Braithwaite,
Colix F. Strang,
As well as Edmonton businesses:
P. Heiminck and Co.,
Larue and Picard general merchants,
Gallagher's Meat Store,
George Thomson's Drug Store,
Immediate source of acquisition
This collection was purchased by the City of Edmonton Archives from Preston Microfilming in 1977.
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Copyright may apply.
See Scope and content above.
No further accruals are expected.
Accession number: A77-77
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